Big plays headline final open practice for Minnesota
The Gopher football team wrapped up 2015 spring practice with its annual Spring Game
Minnesota hosts UNLV at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29
The Golden Gophers rallied from an 11-point deficit to beat Purdue.
The latest episode of Brick by Brick takes you behind the scenes in Michigan.
Minnesota defeated Michigan, 30-14, to claim the Little Brown Jug.
Football in the Spring
CAREER: Has made 12-of-18 field goals • career-long field goal of 52 yards came against Purdue on Oct. 18, 2014, with 4:59 left in the game and lifted Minnesota to a 39-38 home win • has converted 45-of-46 point-after attempts • has scored 81 points (12 FGs and 45 PATs) • has kicked off 70 times and recorded 38 touchbacks.
2014 • Freshman Season: Played in 13 games and served as the team's primary kicker • made 12-of-18 field goals, which included a career-long 52-yard attempt • converted 45-of-46 point-after attempts • led team in scoring with 81 points • kicked off 70 times and notched 38 touchbacks • Academic All-Big Ten. Game-by-Game: Converted all six of his point-after attempts as he made his Minnesota and collegiate debut against Eastern Illinois • made all five of his point-after attempts against Middle Tennessee • made his only point-after attempt at TCU • connected on a 38-yard field-goal attempt (his first made career field goal) against San Jose State • kicked three field goals, including a 48-yard attempt, at Michigan • named one a Lou Groza National Collegiate Place-Kicker Award "Star of the Week" for his performance at Michigan • made a 25-yard field goal against Northwestern • kicked three-point after attempts and connected on two field goals, which included a career-long, 52-yard field goal against Purdue • earned Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week accolades after the game-winning field goal vs. Purdue • made three point-after attempts and a 44-yard field goal at Illinois • made six point-after attempts and a 35-yard field goal against Iowa • made his first career tackle and converted three point-after attempts and connected on a 34-yard field goal against Ohio State • kicked four point-after attempts at Nebraska • made a 37-yard field goal and three point-after attempts at Wisconsin • connected on two point-after attempts and made a 38-yard field goal against Missouri.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Pace High School and helped lead the team to a 7-4 record as a senior • connected on 14 of 17 field goals with his longest being 42 yards • was 29-for-29 in PATs • recorded 71 points • kicked off 48 times, recording 46 touchbakcs • averaged 39.26 yards on 35 punts • coached by Mickey Lindsey • ESPN ranked him as the seventh-best kicker in the nation and the 129th-best player in Florida • Rivals listed him as a two-star recruit and the 15th-best kicker in the nation • won the National Scholarship Camp's kick off competition by beating out more than 400 competitors • beat Harrison Butker (now at Georgia Tech) in the final round sudden death field goal contest for the last spot in the recent Under Armour All-American game (connected on a 45-yard field goal in game).
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 26, 1995 • son of Lori and Riyanto (Yudhie) Santoso • has two siblings.